Bette Midler has been all over Twitter this week.

It started Wednesday when the actress penned a risque poem about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump.

This did not go over well with Trump-supporting Twitter users as may commented they thought it was childish.

This isn’t the first time Midler has teased the president’s wife, previously mocking an old modeling photo of the First Lady with the hashtag #FLOTITS.

And Midler wasn’t done sharing her views with the Twittersphere.

On Friday morning, billionaire right-wing donor David Koch passed away.

In a series of tweets to her 1.7 million followers, Midler attacked Koch and his legacy.

When politician Kay Cole James tweeted praising Koch as a “great philanthropist and friend of liberty,” Midler had a vulgar response.

“With all due respect, Ms. James, f–k you,” Midler’s tweet read. “‘A friend of liberty’ Yes, his own and his family’s. The rest of us can drink leaded water and burn in the climate change he produced.”

Then. she apologized for tweeting that Charles Koch died rather than his brother David, saying she was sorry for giving people “false hope.”

“Guess it was just wistful thinking,” Midler added in another tweet. “As we watch the Amazon Rainforest burning, all the #GlobalWarming culprits are foremost in one’s mind.

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